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Selfies With Bears Prompt Warning From Park Rangers

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A new digital platform called Simpsons World features all 25 years of episodes. FX says it is trying to cater to both old-fashioned TV fans and people who watch shows on other devices. FOX hide caption

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In An Online, On-Demand Age, TV Reruns Are Redefined

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A $1.3 Billion Question: What's The Future Of LA's iPad Program?

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Writer Mike Sager, posing with some of the other Mike Sagers he met, in 2005. Courtesy of Mike Sager hide caption

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Doppelnamers: When Your Digital Identity Is Also Someone Else's

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Picture This: Emojis Are The New Search Term

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IBM's Watson supercomputer is most famous for winning at Jeopardy! Now it's been called in to come up with recipe ideas. Bob Goldberg/AP/IBM hide caption

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I've Got The Ingredients. What Should I Cook? Ask IBM's Watson

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We asked you to send in your embarrassing instant messenger handles from days gone by. Thanks for sharing, Blondsoccerplyr, AgentGiggleChunk and absofsteel3616! iStockphoto hide caption

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What's More Embarrassing Than That Old Screen Name? Sharing It

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A customer makes a purchase using Apple Pay on her iPhone 6 at a Walgreens store in Times Square last Monday. The mobile payment service has now been blocked by CVS and Rite Aid. John Minchillo/AP Images for MasterCard hide caption

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With 'Dorothy' App, Clicks Of The Heel Command Your Phone

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Mac Sales Continue To Soar For Apple, But Who's Buying?

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Pandora founder Tim Westergren is a former touring musician himself, but some say the music streaming service he leads is hurting musicians more than helping. Larry Busacca/Getty Images hide caption

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